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By ANQI SHEN | January 26 2017

Guelph Mercury Death of Guelph student prompts calls for more mental health support Four students have died this school year in connection with mental illness. Winnipeg Free Press PC replaces NDP appointments on U of Manitoba board Education Minister Ian Wishart has appointed 11 new governors and re-appointed one student member to the 23-member University […]

By ANQI SHEN | January 25 2017

Global News Video: A look inside the University of Manitoba’s Feminist & Queer Review Here’s where you can read more about students publishing their own work in the University of Manitoba’s Feminist & Queer Review. Toronto Star Colleges explain why presidents need huge pay hikes If adopted, five of the 24 presidents could potentially be […]

By ANQI SHEN | January 24 2017

Globe and Mail Canadian universities see rise in U.S. applicants While the results of the U.S election may have stoked this year’s numbers, recruitment campaigns and the drop in the Canadian dollar likely played a large role, universities say. Times Higher Education University of Calgary cancels journal subscriptions The University of Calgary has cancelled subscriptions […]

By ANQI SHEN | January 23 2017

Cape Breton Post Both sides in CBU dispute confident settlement to be soon reached Cape Breton University students can breath a little easier knowing there will be no strike at the facility on Monday, if at all. Waterloo Region Record Students challenge Laurier on access to $90M flagship Wilfrid Laurier University will reconsider how it […]

By ANQI SHEN | January 20 2017

Toronto Star U of T looking to hire more indigenous faculty and staff following TRC call to action A committee produced a 125-page report this month with 34 recommendations in response to 2015 call to action by Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission. Saskatoon StarPhoenix Dentistry tuition increased for first time in eight years to support […]

By ANQI SHEN | January 19 2017

Metro Dalhousie researcher’s discovery may lead to new heart treatments Dr. Alex Quinn is part of a team at the Halifax university that found scar tissue in damaged heart regions can connect with healthy tissue. Brampton Guardian Over 150,000 students to receive free tuition through ‘transformed’ OSAP More students will be eligible for free tuition […]

By ANQI SHEN | January 18 2017

Ottawa Citizen World’s main list of ‘predatory’ science publishers vanishes with no warning On Sunday, his website went blank. Only the headline, Scholarly Open Access, remains. Globe and Mail Ontario colleges could increase executive pay by more than 50% Colleges are consulting on “compensation frameworks” setting out the maximum pay that senior leaders in the […]

By ANQI SHEN | January 17 2017

CBC Audio: Black PhD students call out inequity in Canadian academia Huda Hassan, Sam Tecle and Malinda Smith discuss barriers and racial inequity that black students face on Canadian campuses on The Current. Times Higher Education Canada overtakes UK as ‘most desirable’ country for EU students A survey of 219 international students at universities in the […]

By ANQI SHEN | January 16 2017

Sudbury.com Two colleges ask for feedback on salary caps for executives The move is in response to provincial guidelines to cap compensation in public sector. Toronto Star Researchers developing nanoparticles to purify water The low-cost, low-energy treatment breaks down pollutants completely. CBC New database promises easy access to research equipment in Atlantic Canada The database already […]

By ANQI SHEN | January 13 2017

CBC Universities drop scholarship reference letter requirement amid work-to-rule Nova Scotia high school students get a pass on reference letters for scholarships. CTV Quebec med student claims some MDs bully students A Laval University medical student is claiming overworked doctors in some hospitals are bullying residents into working unreasonable hours. CBC U of S law […]

By ANQI SHEN | January 12 2017

Globe and Mail McMaster scientists unearth infection evidence in 13th-century Troy bones It’s not the legendary Troy of Agamemnon and Paris, but the site of the ancient city is still revealing secrets to the evolution of microbes that continue to cause illness in humans today. Global News U of S researchers working on treatment for aggressive […]

By ANQI SHEN | January 11 2017

Globe and Mail Toronto’s OCAD University may boast another city landmark Pritzker Prize-winner Thom Mayne will be involved in the expansion, which could redefine the university’s relationship with Toronto. Globe and Mail My $125,000 MBA investment: Was it worth it? Now that it’s over, it’s time to reflect – 16 months, a gruelling workload and […]

By ANQI SHEN | January 10 2017

Globe and Mail Big science receives $328-million boost from Ottawa Some of Canada’s largest and most unique science labs and initiatives will share a $328-million top-up, federal Science Minister Kirsty Duncan announced on Monday. Maclean’s Researchers find genetic fingerprint for spotting aggressive prostate cancer DNA discovery will allow for more customized care for men diagnosed […]

By ANQI SHEN | January 09 2017

Eagle Feather News Looking back at 2016: Advancing Aboriginal achievement on campus Plenty of work still lies ahead, but the University of Saskatchewan has made significant strides in support of Aboriginal achievement over the course of 2016. CBC Layoff clause main sticking point as CBU contract talks falter Cape Breton University’s faculty association says language […]

By ANQI SHEN | January 06 2017

Montreal Gazette Opinion: Teaching McGill law students about indigenous legal traditions Doing so involves attending to sources of law such as oral histories that differ a lot from materials in the usual law classroom, writes Robert Leckey, dean of McGill’s faculty of law. CBC Strike possible at Cape Breton University after talks break down The […]

By ANQI SHEN | January 05 2017

CBC As Nova Scotia teachers nix reference letters, universities rethink applications Scholarship and program applications often require a reference letter, but teachers aren’t writing them. CBC Nunavut law program set to return in 2017 as application deadline looms This is the first time a law program has been offered in the territory for more than […]

By ANQI SHEN | January 04 2017

CTV 19-year-old B.C. inventor makes 2017 Forbes 30 Under 30 list Ann Makosinski, a second-year student at UBC, created a flashlight powered by the heat of the human hand and a mug that can charge a phone battery via hot coffee. Vancouver Sun UBC president apologizes to Furlong for cancelling speech John Furlong was scheduled to […]

By ANQI SHEN | January 03 2017

Toronto Star How do you become a Rhodes scholar? The path to becoming a Rhodes Scholar isn’t so clear cut — as long as you are academically brilliant and show a strong sense of community and leadership. Globe and Mail Chinese billionaire seeks ideas from Canadian universities for education prize Each year, an independent board […]